EMEA Trade Credit Market Update – November 2014
The Euro-zone is stagnating, with countries segregated into two distinct groups...
According to Marsh’s latest research, the growing number of insolvencies and defaults across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) mean that trade credit insurance rates could rise in 2015 for all but the most attractive risks.
Cover levels in general are improving although the rate of improvement is slowing slightly. Claims continue to increase across most EMEA countries with Africa and Eastern Europe experiencing the greatest level of increase.
This briefing highlights that, although trade credit insurance rates are still falling across the EMEA region, the majority of these reductions are in Western Europe and are being led by larger firms.
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